BOOK REVIEW NO : 155 (more reviews on insta @nikiprestonbookreviewer)
Audio, 9 hours and 25 mins
Publisher : HQ Digital (Harper Collins Audio)
Have you ever walked home at night, keys in hand, ready to throw a punch in self-defence?
That’s how it all started. The killing spree, I mean.
I sort of tripped into this role…. Literally. The first one was following me. That guy from the nightclub who wouldn’t leave me alone. I pushed him, he stumbled, and fell onto his own broken wine bottle. Oops. It was such a waste of a good house white.
But now I can’t seem to stop and nor do I want to…. I’ve got a taste for revenge and quite frankly,
I’m killing it.
REVIEW ~ NIKI PRESTON ~ 5 STARS PLUS
OM actual G as the self entitled Chelsea socialite would post on her Insta. I loved this book right from the first word. Read in the first person from Kitty’s point of view. Her sense of humour is second to none, her ability to kill those she feels deserve it, also second to none. It was like listening to an episode of Made in Chelsea with a rather super amount of splendid murder thrown in. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments. I loved Kitty’s idea of an entrepreneur , I’ll leave you to come across that little gem. The darkness of this book slowly grows. It is both hilarious and accidently violent all at the same time. Kitty murders with a certain amount of Jodi Comer esq indifference as in Killing Eve. She murders without emotion, it is a necessity that these lowlife men die for the wicked deeds they have done. From ghosting to violent acts. In Kitty’s mind they all deserve the end the meet.
Victoria Morrison narrates this book wonderfully. She embodies the spirit of Kitty beautifully. She captures the dark side of her superbly well and drops in the humour exactly how and where it is needed. This books deserves to be heard. Its unique, funny, dark and suspenseful. LOVED IT.
With Thanks to
Harper Collins Audio (HG Digital)